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Containers Add New Efficiency To Cloud Computing
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aztec08091988
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aztec08091988,
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12/16/2013 | 10:55:19 AM
re: Containers Add New Efficiency To Cloud Computing
I know that other containers should able to use in other public sectors like the non government agencies that may help other people around the country.

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cbabcock
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10/25/2013 | 12:22:07 AM
re: Containers Add New Efficiency To Cloud Computing
Solaris implemented efficient virtualization through containers, but Solaris also got flanked by Linux. Containers in Linux show up in the new Docker open source project, where a complex application and its dependencies can be placed in a Linux container with an IP address and moved around. That's useful. OpenStack thought so too and put the driver to Docker into the recent Havana release of OpenStack. How are containers useful to you?
WKash
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WKash,
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10/23/2013 | 5:29:30 PM
re: Containers Add New Efficiency To Cloud Computing
Michael Daconta makes a great point that a lot of resources are being
wasted setting up virtual machines and operating systems simply to
support a single app in the cloud.


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